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Nick Grinde & Armand SchaeferExiled to Shanghai (1937)

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Wallace Ford and Dean Jagger in a story involving newsreels and early television.

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This movie is part of the collection: Feature Films

Director: Nick Grinde & Armand Schaefer
Audio/Visual: sound, black & white
Keywords: Wallace Ford; Dean Jagger

Creative Commons license: Public Domain Mark 1.0

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Reviewer: picfixer - 3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars - April 19, 2012
Subject: Don't switch the channel!
An okay, high-speed romantic comedy with a good cast that includes Wallace Ford, June Travis and Dean Jagger (with hair). Arthur "Dagwood Bumstead" Lake has a supporting role. The action and the wooing revolve around the early days of experimental television. As it must be in a fifty-two minute quickie, the screenplay is filler free. The plot may be basic, but the finale is one of the more farfetched I've seen, which actually turns out to be part of the fun. Incidentally, nobody ends up in Shanghai until the closing twenty seconds of film. Don't ask too much of it, and you won't be sorry for watching this entertaining second feature.

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